Ten Sociology and Anthropology Students Present at Undergraduate Symposium

CONWAY, Ark. (April 18, 2013) – Ten Hendrix sociology and anthropology students presented their work this spring at the 34th annual Arkansas Sociology and Anthropology Undergraduate Symposium at the University of Central Arkansas.

The students and their presentation titles include:

  • Tess Benham ’13 Exploring Identity Formation in Northern Ireland
  • Ben Duvall-Irwin ’13 Comparing New World Traditions:  Appalachian Ballads and Mexican Corridos
  • Emily Frost ’13 Identity Work in Political Activism:  An Ethnography of the Faulkner County Tea Party
  • Meg Gholson ’13 Ecological Modernization: Roadmap towards Sustainability
  • Ruth Hokans ’13 Understanding Stigma and HIV in East-Central Africa
  • Hanna Liberson ’13 Aboriginal Australian Health and the Role of Country
  • Joseph McCain ’13 Ritual in Sport:  The Functional and Religious Aspects of the Mesoamerican Ballgame
  • Mariah Nehus ’13 Chicano, Hispanic, Latino?  A Diachronic Perspective on Mexican-American Identity since WWII
  • Cassidy Robinson ’13 Nature:  A Native’s Enemy
  • Alissa Sughrue ’13 Girls in Education:  Challenges, Experiences and Gender

Founded in 1876, Hendrix College is a national leader in engaged liberal arts and sciences education. For the fifth consecutive year, Hendrix was named one of the country’s “Up and Coming” liberal arts colleges by U.S. News and World Report. Hendrix is featured in the 2012 edition of the Princeton Review as one of the country’s best 377 colleges, the latest edition of Colleges That Change Lives: 40 Schools That Will Change the Way You Think about Colleges, Forbes magazine's annual list of America's Top 650 Colleges, and the 2013 edition of the Fiske Guide to Colleges. Hendrix has been affiliated with the United Methodist Church since 1884. For more information, visit www.hendrix.edu.